"Black Civility: Grammars of Black Protest on the Canadian Prairies 1905-1950" in Special Issue CLR James Journal: Black Canadian Thought, 20 (1-2), 83-96
Karena Vernon is Associate Professor and Associate Chair Department of English, University of Toronto. Her work focuses on Black Canadian literature, Black aesthetics, Black archives, and Black-Indigenous solidarities.
Other publications from this author include:
- The Black Prairie Archives: An Anthology (2019)
- "To the End of the Hyphen-Nation: Decolonizing Multiculturalism" in English Studies in Canada, 42 (3-4), 81-98 (2016)
- "The First Black Prairie Novel: Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance's Autobiography and the Repression of Prairie Blackness" in Journal of Canadian Studies 45 (2) (2011)
- Black Geographies and the Politics of Place (2007)